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Hatch

A gateway or cover for a divide between decks of a ship. See also: International trade.
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To this end he examined his prison carefully, tested the heavy planking that formed its walls, and measured the distance of the hatch above him.
Harvey saw half a dozen knives stuck in a cleat in the hatch combing.
The instant the last fish was down, Disko Troop rolled aft to the cabin with his brother; Manuel and Long Jack went forward; Tom Platt only waited long enough to slide home the hatch ere he too disappeared.
There Ned Land and Conseil were slyly watching some of the ship's crew, who were opening the hatches, while cries of rage and fearful vociferations resounded outside.
Five minutes after the restart Darlington doubled their lead as Hatch turned provider, playing the ball into Jason Kennedy who finished from six yards.
The first baby hatch was opened in 2000 in Hamburg.
As a result, there was a decrease in the hatching response with short acclimatization times, but longer acclimatization allowed eggs to finish diapause and hatch. After three months of dormancy hatching response was high, even when acclimatization time was short.
Michigan-based Comerica Bank has announced a new USD 100,000 donation to the winner of the 2019 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest, the company said.
Beta Hatch received another $25,000 in funding and was voted by the audience as the conference favorite, taking home a $5,000 cash prize.
During the exchanges, Hatch, from Middleton, gloated about watching the explicit video and said: "God love being a pedo with other nasty pedo pervs.'' In one message he told IT expert Hollyson: "You get plenty of perv action.
has made an investment in cloud gaming pioneer Hatch Entertainment Ltd, provider of the world's first made-for-5G game streaming service in Finland, on February 4.
'These turtles lay about four to 22 eggs and it takes around 60 [to] 80 days for them to hatch. We keep them in an incubator in our nursery and when they hatch, we will release them back into the pond near where mum was found,' a spokesperson for the hospital said.